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Scheduled Event Webinar

What is the next frontier of medical device and biotech innovation?  Don’t miss this upcoming virtual event, “3D Microfabrication 2.0.” Joined by leading experts and pioneers in the field, this event promises to unveil the transformative potential of 3D microfabrication techniques in revolutionizing the landscape of medical device manufacturing. From intricate implants to specialized instruments, participants will gain exclusive insights into how micro or nano-scale 3D printing is reshaping the design, production, and functionality of medical devices with unprecedented precision and efficiency at a micro-scale using a variety of biomaterials. Could bio-chips (microfluidics devices), robotic and endoscopic tips, and microneedles be the next frontier of international technological competition like that for the semiconductor industry? Join the conversation live and find out!

Note: If you can’t make it on time, you can register and watch the conversation on-demand for a week after the live event ends.

Live event participation is FREE to all public.

Starting Time: 8:00 AM Pacific Time

Apply to speak or sponsor the event: info@3dheals.com

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Speakers:

Dr. Benjamin Richter

Benjamin Richter is an Application Manager at Nanoscribe and develops microfabrication processes and applications for the life sciences. Before, he completed an interdisciplinary PhD thesis on “Selective Biofunctionalization of 3D Microstructures” in the groups of Prof. Wegener, Prof. Bastmeyer and Prof. Barner-Kowollik at KIT. His scientific papers have been cited more than 1500 times (Google Scholar).

Chunguang Xia

CTO and co-founder of Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF). Chunguan was trained as a mechanical engineer and worked in the semiconductor equipment industry for eight years before starting BMF Precision. Recently, BMF Biotechnology Inc. developed biochips for in vitro drug testing.

Jungho Choi

Jungho is a Ph.D candidate at Gatech with a background in mechanical engineering. His research is specialized in micro/nanoscale manufacturing. I aim to develop a new metal/polymer additive manufacturing system and generate the processing science for a rapid and cost-effective nanoscale fabrication system.

Talk title, “Scalable printing of metal nanostructures through superluminescent light projection”

Moderator:

Dr. Jenny Chen

jenny chen

Dr. Jenny Chen is trained as a neuroradiologist, and founder/CEO of 3DHEALS. Her main interests include next-generation education, 3D printing in the healthcare sector, automated biology, and artificial intelligence. She is an angel investor who invests in Pitch3D companies.

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